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list-style-type: none and IE6

Posted on 2008-06-23
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How do I get IE6 to not show the list bullets?  

list-stype-type: none doesn't seem to work in IE6.

You'll only see them in IE6 -- the ones in the top grey box for the audio info:
http://friendshipcommunitychurch.org/node/286

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This worked for me:
ul.audio-info li{list-style-type:none;}
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perfect, thank you!
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